Who is Christmas really for, anyway?

by Pat Boone -- It's very interesting, even curious, that there are increasing objections in several quarters to the Christmas observances that have been an annual part of American life for as more…

Gather 'round the Christmas tree

by Ted Byfield -- A wrangle over whether a Christmas tree should be permitted in the main foyer of an Ontario courthouse, raging for over a week and still unresolved as this more…

The real schismatics and bigots

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "I grew up in the Episcopal Church. I hope I don't cry when I talk about this. But the issue is: Are we going to follow Scripture?" So more…

Is the unthinkable now thinkable?

by David Limbaugh -- America has the greatest health care in the history of the universe, but the system is fraught with problems that are getting worse every day. It has become more…

Exodus from Bethlehem

by Joseph Farah -- On one thing we can all agree this Christmas: Bethlehem is no longer a Christian town. But why? If you believe the New York Times or former President more…

Stop bigotry against the rich!

by Letter of the Week -- Those familiar with luxury communities in the Bay Area's Silicon Valley will recognize my Los Altos Hills address as an indication that I am unusually successful – some more…

Sluts galore: Scenes from 2006

by Ilana Mercer -- Ideas about feminine beauty are bust. The sublime 1350 B.C. bust of Queen Nefertiti showcases her fine cheekbones and graceful neck. Her Western contemporary look-a-like, down to the more…

The Isaiah prophecies

by Hal Lindsey -- "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and His Name shall be called Wonderful, more…

Why Iraq is a success

by Kevin McCullough -- The nation and economy known as the new Iraq is succeeding, and those who dispute this are simply lying. Call it whatever you'd like – a quagmire, a more…